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YMCA Moratuwa conducts blood donation campaign and free medical clinic

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The YMCA Moratuwa successfully conducted its annual blood donation campaign and a free medical clinic for the fifth year in succession at its premises on 16 September. The medical clinic offered free consultation, free drugs, free testing of ears, eyes and blood sugar. Nearly 200 persons from the Moratuwa area benefited from this meritorious project and expressed their appreciation towards this initiative. 

A special feature of this project was the generous sponsorship offered by a range of organisations such as Vision Care Opticals Ltd., Ratmalana Audiology Centre, Hemas Hospital Laboratory Services, Citihealth Imports Ltd., Moratuwa Y’s Mens’ Club, Young Moratuwa Y’s Mens’ Club, Russel’s Group of Companies, Astron Lanka Ltd., Prince of Wales College Parents’ Association and individual benefactors of the YMCA Moratuwa. 


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